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FIFA cuts Jack Warner’s son Daryll from payroll as Caribbean development officer

By Associated Press

ZURICH — FIFA has cut another tie to disgraced former Vice President Jack Warner, ending his son’s job as a Caribbean development officer.

FIFA says in a statement that Daryll Warner is not on its staff but did not elaborate, citing “employment confidentiality.” His father resigned last June to avoid investigation for alleged election bribery.

FIFA’s website shows that it doesn’t have a Caribbean development office. Daryll Warner formerly worked from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. A FIFA-appointed emergency committee is managing Caribbean soccer.

FIFA’s 12 development officers worldwide are responsible for “identifying and implementing future projects” in their regions.

 

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By Associated Press

ZURICH — FIFA has cut another tie to disgraced former Vice President Jack Warner, ending his son’s job as a Caribbean development officer.

FIFA says in a statement that Daryll Warner is not on its staff but did not elaborate, citing “employment confidentiality.” His father resigned last June to avoid investigation for alleged election bribery.

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FIFA’s website shows that it doesn’t have a Caribbean development office. Daryll Warner formerly worked from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. A FIFA-appointed emergency committee is managing Caribbean soccer.

FIFA’s 12 development officers worldwide are responsible for “identifying and implementing future projects” in their regions.